Remote customer teams can rely on our developers as technical partners, using Elixir, Erlang, React, React Native, and Objective CWhat can we do for you
Since our group in 2011 through our growth into a company, our consolidated team of senior developers has been working as technological partners for an extensive client base.
We work TDD and love continuous development. We have customers worldwide, working with our remote teams to support them everyday with the best tools available.
Coders51 continues to promote several initiatives that have helped to establish Elixir in several areas. We created italian-elixir to promote various events, meetups, conferences. We do coaching both on TDD working methods, agile, and languages. In 2015 we inaugurated the unique Italian Elixir/Erlang Day. It was such a success that we followed up with 2016 and 2017 editions. We believe that by working with the community and sharing skills and know-how with them, we can help Elixir achieve its rightful place in business.
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We strive for high standards of development and scalable architectures to satisfy large amounts of data and users.
Ask us and we will explain why we are the best solution for your company.
CQRS and Event Sourcing architectures
Mobile application and backend
Dashboard Analytics tools
OAuth based architecture
Big Data Analysis
Augmented Reality experience
Here is an extract from our last talk in Stockholm Code Beam
“In this talk, I'll explain how current web applications are no longer merely DB projections, but more complex and distributed applications that require technologies and architectures unlike those of the past. We start with a simple & classic application and move toward a more complex and feature-rich application that needs a more advanced architecture.”
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In this talk, I'll explain how the current web applications are no more simple DB projections but more complex and distributed applications that require technologies and architectures different from the past. We start with a simple & classic application to move to a more complex and feature-rich application that need a more advanced architecture.
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